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In China, Confucianism emphasized the idea that
a) equality should exist between all members of society
b) salvation could be attained by prayer, meditation, and good deeds
c) individual goals should be placed ahead of the needs of the group
d) harmony could be achieved by the proper behavior of each member of a family or society

Which quotation from the teachings of Confucius is most similar to the Golden Rule from Judeo Christian teaching?
a) If a ruler is upright, all will go well without orders
b) By nature, men are pretty much alike. It is learning and practice that set them apart
c) While a father or mother is alive, a son should not travel far.
d) Do not do to others what you do not wish for yourself.

The Silk Road was important because it allowed for the
a) exploration of China by the Roman Army
b) development of agriculture by the nomadic people of Central Asia
c) movement of Chinese armies through Southeast Asia
d) exchange of goods between Asia and the Middle East

Before the use of the Silk Road, how did geography affect early China?
a) the mountains and deserts in western and southwestern China slowed the exchange of ideas
b) The northwestern region provided many fertile areas suitable for farming
c) The three major river systems provided barriers against invasion
d) The lack of deep water ports on the eastern coast prevented China from developing trade

Which civilization first developed a civil service system, invented gunpowder, and manufactured porcelain?
a) Aztec
b) Chinese
c) Japanese
d) Roman

In China, the development of civil service examinations and a belief in filial piety reflect the influence of
a) Shinto
b) Jainism
c) Confucianism
d) Buddhism

The Code of Hammurabi and Chinese legalism both rely on the idea that
a) governments must provide their people with rights
b) harsh laws are needed to control society
c) religion and government must be brought closer together
d) all subjects are equal under the law

The rule of Shihuangdi, legalism and the tomb of terra cotta soldiers are most closely associated with the
a) Maurya Empire
b) Qin Dynasty
c) Persian Empire
d) Hellenistic culture

Filial piety and the five relationships are most often associated with
a) Hinduism
b) Daoism
c) animism
d) Confucianism

The exchange of silks and spices and the spread of Buddhism along the Silk Roads are examples of
a) cultural diffusion
b) self sufficiency
c) ethnocentrism
d) desertification

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